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What are seismic waves?

Seismic waves are elastic waves propagating through the ground. These waves are produced by an earthquake or some other physical…

How do I connect a GNSS to my GPR?  

An external GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) device (GPS, GLONASS etc.) can be connected to your GPR equipment by a cable or be connected wirelessly by Bluetooth, depending on the GPR system you use. …

How to locate underground utilities?

Utilities, or buried infrastructure, are located with a range of different methods. The most used methods are EML (Electromagnetic Locators, passive or…

What is a depth slice?

A depth slice is a horizontal slice through a 3D volume of geophysical data. A depth slice is often created when geophysical data is…

What is a trace?

A trace (also called ‘A-scan’, ‘1D measurement’, ‘GPR point reading’) consists of a sequence of samples collected from a single GPR data channel showing the time variation of signal amplitude.  …